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THE -WASHINGTON CTttTI(,t MONDAY EVENIXU, JANUAHY 27, 1890.
WAKT TO PLAY BALI,.
HOW PftESIDENT YOUNG SECURED
FRESH LEAGUE MATERIAL.
1.1st nf IhoTlirco lliimlioil Mnn Which
Jin Will VrOHiint Ht tho 1'ortlK'iiiii.
Inc Mcfltlnc In TnVo the l'laces nr i
"When llio llrst Intimation of danger
fioin tho lliolhothoori organization ,
wis gtvcu," said President Young '
to n Critic uutn to-tlny, "the
l.cnftuo tct about iitotucttug Itself by
uuleavorinj; to secure new material to
lake tlie pln.ee of the dlsairectcd ball- '
jilnyus. "Willi this end In vlow, agents I
of Die League were sent to all patts of llio
ctjtinliv In qutst of young players or ,
iiuuvuio hart lilllrurtu com lined their
Moik lo minor leiigues. For fear that
this might not have tho desired effect,
authority was conferred upon me to
picpaie a cliculm- to distribute through"
out the United Stales addressed to
players who might bu leeommended by
club mnnnners and others as capable of
Mieuuthcntiig tho League ranks. There
lias been n gratifying response to the
oircularn and when the League meets
"Wednesday at New York I will present
the names of about tlnco hundred new
men for consideration, aud no mailer
how Iho injunction suit against Ward
terminates we will have oil the material
llint wo want lo complete the ten teams
for tho year 1800. A ropy of the clrcu
lar in question is as follows.
1 hcrcliy acrcn to play ImsuImU during
tlic sedfon of 1KO with any club, member
of tlic Xuttonnt Lciriio of Professional
llascball Clubs, desiring my services
for dollars per mouth. My position
Is ; cc, years; weight; height. I
plajcd lust season with a member of tliu
Association. .My batting record
was ; fielding, . Yours, respectfully.
This circular was accompanied by
Sin: I'lcstc All out the abovo caietull;,
slcn-jour namo and give your pastofllce
address and I wlll.takc pleasure In present
inelt to tho League at the earliest oppor
tunity. Olvo your lowest terms.
i"ourB, truly, N. E. Yon.vi.
In lesponso to this circular President
Young received replies from the fol
lowing, who are anxious to become
1". 8. Abbey, fielder; A. M. Audrovctt,
llrst baseman; J. 8. Aplelott, pltclier; Ed
wurd Anderson, 6econU ijascnian; Eugene
A. Adams, third baseman.
I'. 1'. Booth, second baseman; .1. A.
Baker, second baseman; Robert Uiack,
general player; Hill llcgy, fleldor; Joo
lirodcrlck. ehort-stop; 11. K. llraglnton,
pitcher: XV. A. Belcher, first baseman and
fielder; E. L. Urcckinridge, first baseman;
Thomas Brlstow, fielder; Ned Brace, second
baseman; Mark L. Ilass, fielder; John F.
llrcet, fielder; Harry l'erto, catcher; Chas.
Hi arty, fielder; Will Browner, pitcher; .las.
Drouthors, fielder; Ucortco It. Bariows,
catcher; John Burns, short-stop; T. C.
lllnncnard, catcher; Harry C. Blake, first
baseman;!. F. Brown, pitcher; George, F.
linker, calcbcr; IV. P. Blp;gs, Holder; It. S.
Burns, fielder; Win. A. Deals, pitchor and
general player; V. T. BlausHcld, catcher;
V. It. Uurkc, calcbcr; U. A. Burch, Holder.
John A. Coy. C. J. Conloy, first base
man; W. H. Colgan, John 11. Couw.iy, A.
V. Camp, thlnl baseman, short-stop' and
Iiittbcr; Leo L. Caulk, socond baseman; L.
1. Crew ton, second baseman; O. L. Couu,
pitcher; K. W. Cooke, catcher; IV. Carocv,
pitcher; K. M. C'llnc, first baseman; E. J.
Coll, second baseman; John V. Connor,
flistbasiman; D. T. Corcoran, first base
man; 0. A. Crandall, pltclier; D. Costollo,
short stop aud second bascmun; John Coyle,
llrst baseman; James Creelcy, short-stop.
H. W. Deery, pitcher; A. F. Donaghuo,
thltd baseman and fielder, II. J. Donahue,
first baseman; F. L. Dushanc, fielder; Sam.
Dcshazar, second baseman: Thomas J.
Dawsc, calhcr: L. I). Ilobson. pitcher; E. J.
Dugan, second buseman; Nlol Donobuc,
pitcher; J. F. Derrick, pitchor; J. XV.
Davidson, pitcher and fielder; It. F.
Domscke, short stop and second baseman;
It. Donnerhcrg, brst baseman; lilchard
Donnelly, first baseman; Edward G. Dlxou,
catcher; Frank K. Dixon, first baseman; P.
E. Dcaly, catcher; A. H. Dickson, fielder;
II A. Doyle, short stop.
George S. Eaglo, pitcher; Thomas Evcrs,
second baseman; William Elliott, fieldor;
D. B. Edmunds, catcher; H. V. Ellfl,
catcher; Albert Elkcljo, pitcher and fielder;
Horace Ecclcs, pitcher and fleldor; Gcorgo
Erlett, fielder; 0. II. Edmunds, first base
man. Donuy Fitzgerald, second baseman;
Charles 11. Flack, fielder; G. F. Fllslngcr,
short-stop; Kdnard Friek, catcher; J. 11.
Freeman, pitcher; M. E. Finnegan, third
baseman and Holder? J. H. Fisher, Second
baseman; Joseph Fern, third baseman; K.
L. Foster, jr., ticldor.
"Vyitl Goldsmith, jr., first baseman; Wm.
Gcntlemau, pitcher: IS. J. Glenaloin, sec
ond baseman; XV. Gillie, fielder and first
baseman; John it. Godar, third baseman;
John Grtcn, pitcher, socond baseman and
fielder; SI. J. Gaulc, pitcher and Holder; II.
F. Gray, catcher.
W,J. Ilcuncssy, fielder; Michael llol
Tron, third liascmau; E. II, Uardlc, short
stop; Joseph Hamel, fielder; Harry W.
Herbert, Holder; David I). Hcaly; second
baseman; M. J. llanlugton; pitcher and
llrst baseman; Frank W. Hauls, third base
man; George L. Ilockctt, fielder; Charles
Heifer, hrat baseman; Andrew Hlckoy,
ehortttop and third baseman; J. M. Hu
nolt, tiilder; A. G. Hcim, catcher; Tony
Ilellmau, catcher; A. J. Uoeucmann,
A. Jacobs, rltchcr; Honry Jackson,
pitcher, E. E. Jayno, catchor and third
baseman; F. A. Jones, catcher; John JoJer
bcrg, catchor; W. L. Jones, fielder; Fred.
1). Jconc. fielder
15. J. Knox, fielder; Moso Klngsloy, short
stop; Uarry L. Kelly, fielder; I. Kraft,
pitehor; D. W. Kelly, second baseman: J.
Krelt, fielder; Thomas M. Kelly, pitchor;
Edwurd Keating, fielder; E. 8. Kerr,
pitcher; Chae. Right, pitcher; J. I'.Kcarnoy,
pitcher; W.C. Kelly, fielder; LowlsKelnath,
pitcher and fielder; Hato M. Kellogg, short
slop; Edward Keating, third baseman; W,
B. Kelly, second baseman; Guss Klopp,
pitcher; Ed. Keilintz, pitchor.
It. Loug, catcher and fielder; Thomas
Lynch, first baseman; David Leahy, third
baseman; Perry Lee, catcher; J. II. Leach,
pitcher; A. II. .Lucas; third basoman; Henry
A. Land, catcher; 'Robert Loach, catcher!
O. H. Lekctt, third baseman; J. Logan,
atcher and fielder; J. O. Luf berry, short
bhon. William Maroncy, pitcher; M. J, Murray,
catcher; W. W. Montague, fielder; Goorgo
C Hcekin, pitchor; W. J JIackey, catcher;
"W. E. Mote, first baseman; Charles Marsh,
third baseman; W. E. Moses, pitcher; W.
Alundoll, first baseman; XV. C. Moulton,
first baseman; D. J. Mahoncy, catcher; E.
W. Moore, pitcher and second baseman; J.
F. Moss, shortstop and third baseman;
Honry Motier, fielder; It. Mayes, catcher
and second baseman; Charles F. Muscove,
catcher; Goorgo Michel, pitcher; Mike
Morrison, pitcher; John Murphy, first base
man; Thomas Murray, third baseman;
Harry F. Mace, jiitcher; Philip Moek, sec
ond baseman; Mark McQuald, fieldor; M.
F. McCarthy, pitcher; Charles McCullougb,
pitcher; A. H. McFarlan, first basoman;
John M. McCullougb, first batomau; Ed:
ward McDonald, socond baseman; J. G.
McDonald, pitcher; John McCann, first
J, II. Naylcr, fielder; Gejrgo H. Moulton,
third baseman; Fred. Njco, pitcher; XV. E.
Nusz, first baseman; Charles C. Newman,
catcher; F. 8. Nicholson, second baseman;
Ottii Nelmojcr, fielder.
(.". M. Oliver, catchor; XV. O'Connor,
fielder; Frank O'Rourko, third baseman; VV.
8. O'Brien, first baseman and pitcher; Chas.
W, Ortou, catcher; Gcorgo O'Nell, first
James H. 1'arkcr, catchor; Fred, E. Pat
terson, fielder; Walter B. Flock, first base
man; F. XV. Patterson, pitcher; J. A. Punch,
fielder; TV. F. Fryce, first baseman; J. L.
Vlummer, pltchcrj AV. Park, shortstop and
third baseman; P. J, Pholan, catcher; Ed,
1'abit, fielder; MILo Prince, fielder; Harley
Parker, pitcher and shortstop.
I). 1, Qulnn, first buscmau; George Quay
George A. Roouoy, pitcher; George Ithue,
fielder; E. E. Itonsey, short-stop; Ed.
p, I'ucnor onuaiiorvsiop; tum t;ap
or; ii. J. ifOMrcs, niufr.ioiin
fielder; A. D, Randall, (Icld-:r;
Jil n 1'rarV. hntl slop. F.dsou Itcamcr,
. btlder; Henry ltclll, fielder.
I" A. Sihtntk, pltihcr; John 8tnib,
I pitcher; John Khcrou, plteber; William
Swallow, catcher; Fred. It. Stover, first
I bastnmn; Edgar P. Httlrcr, Holder; John A.
Ulllllllt;, IfllLII!.'!. UVIMU 1. OlillllllKH,
catcher- William E. Sullivan, pitcher: Will
iam Stlcktey, fielder; JoeSwaclua, fielder;
( . J. Strontlicts, short stop; D. J. Kulllvnii,
pltihcr; M. J. Hnlllvan. (list baseman;
i.hailtsJ.Smlth, fielder; John It.StafTord,
pitcher; John F. Scaulnn, catcher; Edward
felfkc, pitcher; F.dward P. Star.lcton, llrst
hascmnn; Joo Smiley, calcbcr; Lewis
fcheld, catcher: Davo Selslcr, third base
man; Joseph Schackrou, catcher; Art. Sun
day, fielder; Joseph V. Shea, fielder: E. E.
Springer, pitcher; John 1). Stack, pitcher;
'Ihumas '1'. Stack, short-stop; Henry A.
Strange, fielder: P. It. Smith, llrst base
man; E. M. Stcmmerman, pitcher and Hist
baeeumn; lltmh Smith, fielder.
John 11. Telfair, catcher; D. N. Tarbov,
fielder; It. T. Trainer, fielder; W. II. Truax,
short-stop; Gcorgo N, Townscnd, catcher;
J. G. 'lcshetnachcr, catcher; Gcorgo E.
Thorn, pitcher; H. E. Tceplc, fielder; IC. II.
Taylor, fielder; James Thompson, first bnso
man; M. Trace, Holder.
E. P. A'auiloboctiocur, catcher; Frank
A'an Malrc, short-atop; Alex. A'oss, first
Johu A. Walsh, Holder: P. It. Wclknrt,
pitcher; Thomas II. Wills, short-stop;
Gcoigc AVetgel, pitcher; Gcorse Wallace,
catcher; C. A. Ward, pitcher; Samuel
wills, pitcher; II. II. Waltc. pitcher; F. II.
wclkcrt, pitcher; John It. Wood, pitcher;
P. AVcnscr, fielder; Sam Wells, Holder;
Oura Williams, Helder.
NOT SOMETHING NEW.
Ilie Country Him Kxperlencoil n Nuin
lior or Mild Winter.
In icply lo the question If the mildness
of the present winter had ever been
equaled in thcMiddlo and Northwestern
States, tho Atlanta L'onstilutimi says:
AW, have a rlipplug from tho Taun
ton.JInss, Oaxctte, which furnishes nu'
answer lo our correspondent which will
doubtless bo satisfactory:
1838-I5U A very luiid wiuter; only
three or four cold davs nnd no sleigh
ing. 1810 December II, 15 and 10 very
mild days; flowers starling,
18.10 1830 A mild winter; robins re
ninlned nil winter.
1857-1858 Mild winter. December
24, 1857, a dandelion in bloom was
picked nt AVcir Village. January 28,
1858, buds on the cherry trees swelling.
1800 December 27," meteury is 01
degrees nbovu lo-day.
1800 December 8, n full blown rose
was picked in Connecticut to-day.
1808-18G0-A vcrv mild winter.
1809-1870-A rcmarknbly mild win
tcr. December 8, trees nnd shrubbery
in bud and grass green as In May. All
through the month of January dustmen
6wcnt thosticctsof Iloston and New
York; on the 10th, In Olympln, Wash.,
twenty-two varieties of flowers wore
picked in the open air; fnrmcrs plowed
In Massachusetts, violets bloomed in
New England and poas wcro two inches
abovo ground on Loug Island. In this
city buds of the nrbutus and pansios in
bloom were picked on January 28. Tho
muulh was 8 degrees warmer than for
forty-hix years. On February 5 tho
pussywillow blossomed In Connecticut
and in Noiwich, thosame day. the buds
of the magnolia were nn Inch long and
Japan quinces wcic opening their buds.
On the 10th a rosebush full of buds was
seen at Daston, Pa,; n dahlia in full
bloom at Scrauton; dnndellons at
En&lon and grasshoppers at Bethlehem.
On tho 20lh, at Providence, the chick
weed, snowdrop and violets were In bud
or blossom. March 1 brought early
radishes to the market at Alton, 111.
1875-1870 Mild winter. On Janu
ary 1 the thermometer was 70 above in
this city, and on February 8 buds were
1877-1878 Very mild winter. De
cembers. 1877, trees nnd shrubs bud
ded and dandelions were in bloom in
many places. January 10, ground un
frozen, bluebirds and robins singing
and grass green as in April. February
28, crocuses in bloom. December 20,
1877, ten dandelions picked on Iloston
Common. On tho 27th trailing arbutus
in bloom found at Portsmouth, nud
dandelions in blossom; apple and cherry
trees, rose and lilac bushes budded at
Fitchburg. On tho 20lh dandelions
and panslcs in bloom; thirteen full
blown pansies wcro picked at Wilkin
sonvillc, and January 1 four more. On
December SI a roso bush in Bedford
was in full bloom. On January 12 a
full-blown pansy was picked nt New
Bedford, and nt New London, Conn., a
mnn picked a quart of ripe strawber
ries lrom his vines.
1878-1880 A mild winter. Decem
ber 18, 1879, dandelions in full bloom
found at Westerly, It. I. On Jnnuary
5, 1880, bluebirds were singing In Strat
ford and grasshoppers were seen in New
Ilnvcn; 12lh, grasshoppers seen, buds
swelling, farmers plowing at Ashaway,
11. 1.; lOlh, nrbutus In bloom picked In
Fnrmouth, Mass., and bluebirds, robins,
larks and woodpeckers seen in Wind
ham County, Me., nnd lenf buds of
the honeysuckle grew half an inch;
2Glh, violets nnd dandelions In bloom
at Newport, nnd on the 28th grass
crowing, farmers plowing in Warren,
L. I., and crrasshoppere seen nt West
port, Mass. February 17, snowdrops in
bloom in Boston Highlands, and on the
20th crocuses in bloom at Salem, Mass.
".0 40' or fight." Seo "War" Robert
son's advertisement In Tun Sujjiut Cap
ital. Fam reduced to J5. Etscman Bros.,
become listless, fretful, without enor-
gy, thin, and weak. But you can for
tify them and build them up, by the
OF PURE COD LIVER OIL AND
(Of Lime and Hortn.
They will take It readily, for it is al
most as palatable as milk. And it
should be remembered that AS A l'lti:.
vtMivK on cent: or coughs ou.coi.ns,
IN BOTH THE' OLD AND Y0UH0, IT IS
clones AlttA4 or
! jG. Him4 no jr.
H I IISCJ l
Itmldcn's llriirpinntntlvo Inatnttmont
This ro liable Installment otabllshmont, at
too and tO.' Seventh street, has a completo
Ktockotnll kinds of merchandise tint Is re
quired to furnish n well rejjnlntcd houehold
nt ensli prices on tho Installment plan, and
dictate ) our own terms.
A Iteircsenlnllvn Furnltura and Up
1 hi londlnff emporium of fashion, case nnd
luxury, which Is centrallrlocatert at 1218 ami
liBor street northwest, has within Its mat
rix e walls one of the most completo stocks of
pcou that has over boon shown In a H'aih
Inston public. Messrs. Iloimhton A Co. keep
In largo BKsortraeut every (trade or Rood for
mo, comfort and Inxu.-y that can he found
In any establishment or llgklndln Now York
-- Just tho samo c'asi of Rnod to select from.
Tho Trice aro enuolly ni lownml yon are do
ItiRatthesanio tlmoa corroct thfiiK by pit
ronli'lncyourhdiiio morrhnnU, asltrcdounds
to your Interest eventually.
Tor WmliliiKtim nresiad lleor
eoto.Ti.hnlt. Kelly, stnllsCJS.fl?! and fi-10 Cen
irollnrket, nnd JMU nmlSOSNoi thorn Liberty,
tomed beef a specialty.
An Old Customer nn Hand.
Mnry Mclz Is n regular customer of
the Police Court. Sho has been living
in tho District for the past twenty-eight
yenis nnd is n wretched-looking crea
ture, with bleared cVesnnd mntlcd hair.
As usual, sho was charged with being n
"Might ns well plead guilty as not
guilty," sho said, wearily.
"Sixty days," remarked the. Court,
and Mnry tottered down to the cells be
low. Two Years Tor Deadly Assault.
Henry Wallace, convicted Inst week
iu the Criminal Court ot an assault
witii intent to kill on James Jennings,
was this morning sentenced to two
years In the Albany penitentiary by
Chief Justice Bingham. A motion for
a new trial wns made by his attorney on
Saturday, but was overruled.
Whon everything else falls, Dr. Sago's
Catarrh Itcmcdy rures. , 60 cents, by drug
glstB. That Tired Feeling
Doblllly and prostration which follows at
Ij (.riiipe or tho Influeiizn
Is tho most dangerous stago of tho disease,
lecanso In the weakened condition of tho
body and thodeollnoof health tone, the sys
tem Is very suscopflblo to relapse, pnou
inonla or typhoid fever. To overcome that
Tho best tonic and blood pnrlflcr. It give?
strength nnd vigor to tho whole hody,ro
stores and sharpens the appetite; In short,
makes tho weak strong,
Cnn'l Begin to Tell
"I can't bogln to toll all tho good Hood's
Sarsapaillla did mo. My pains nnd aches are
relieved, my appetite Improved. Had I re
alised how muce good a single bottle of
Hood's Sarsnparllla would do mo I would
gladly havopald ten dollars for It. I say to
others who need a ccod medicine, try Hood's
Sarsaparllla nnd scoI'-QEonaK F. Jacnson,
Itoxbury Station, Conn.
Itencncil My f.riii
"Hood's Sarsaparllla has renowed my grip.
I am 03 years of ago and was all inn down
nnd dlscouiaged. I have taken Hood's Sar
faparllla and on looking mysolf over find that
I am much better; In fact, qulto a chap. Ot
cpnrso tho medicine will not discount my
yosr, but It comes nearer to It than anything
else." Chas. B Lomi, Shrewsbury, Mass.,
Jan. 3, 16M).
Sold by all druggists. $1; six for S3. Pre
pared only by C. I. HOOD & CO., Lowell,
100 Doses Ono Dollar
WOODWARD & LOTIIROP,
Cor. 11th and P sts..noithwest.
This is the last week of
our Stock-taking Sale. We
take inventory Friday night.
We shall make it a memora
ble week by the offering of
the greatest bargains of the
year. An absolute clearing
out of all Winter Goods
short lengths, odd sizes,
broken lines, small lots,
A great many of the lots
previously advertised will
not hold out long many
have already been closed
out. Judicious buyers
should visit the store early
and often, as many bargain
lots are too stnalll to adver
tise and are usually sold in
a day. Remnants vill be
displayed all the week.
Cor. lit. aii F Sis. H. W.
llio Sick I'ollco Force,
Mnjor Moore Is still confined to Ills
house, nnd ycderdn Cnptnln Austin
was Inken vciy sick at lioadqunrtcra
nnd had to bo nssltlcd home. Inspector
Bw Indclls of the Uclectlvo Ofllcc Is acting
mnjor. Tdctitcnnnt Vernon Is still con.
fined to his bed. Ho Is threatened with
pnctimqnln. Fifty-two ofilcers remain
on the sick list, the majority of them
suffeiing with the grip.
Tiulge IMIller Again 1'rcslries.
For tho first time In n week Judge
Miller sal in his nrm-ehalr behind tho
desk in the I'ollco Court this morning.
He wna confined to his house part of
the week, nnd ns Ire needed a rest ho
thought ho might ns well make a week
of It. Monday, 'as usual, was a very
busy dny and nearly hnlf a hundred
cases weie disposed of.
Acquitted ol Kinliczlcment.
A verdict ot not guilty wns brought In
Ihls morning In the trial of Gcorgo liar
man, charged with the embezzlement of
i-evcntj-nio pounds of dried beef from
Pants reduced to$'J.00. Klscman llros.,
FO AJ AMD
I N FANTS -Stofc-I NVALI DS.
Perfect Substitute for Mother's Milk
IN CHOLCRA INTANTUM ANO TEETHING.
A quickly MiinlUted Food for DYSPEPTICS,
A PERFECT NUTRIENT In allwiatlnidUunei.
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WANTED BY COMPETENT TEACHER
of music and German, position of visit
ing governess, or private pupils. Apply 1118
honso, wlth7or8rs, with all mod imps,
on monthly paymonts. Address, with full
particulars, 3. 3. P., Board of Review, Buieau
Tt7"ANTED-A FURNISHED nOU8E AT
VV nominal rent or furnished rooms for
light bonsekeeplng by man and vflfe; no chll
dren Addreaa 2WJ 14th st n w
WANTED-TO RENT-A OOOD BRICK
dwelling of 9 or 10 rooms, mod Imps,
between K and R and 12th and lith sts n w.
AddreES H., this ofllco, stating terms.
WANTED-A GENTLEMAN AND WIFE
desiru to rent one large or two com-munlcatlug.v-ell-furnljhed
rooms with board;
for permanent occupancy; In northwest part
of olty, within twenty minutes' walk of
Treasury building. Address, giving location
and terms, which must be reasonable, PER
MANENT, 71114th st.
fS-S "S-j -W.v -c-s r.r ft-
A&ttrtUtmenU untier tAtt tuadtfourllntor
fc, 25 cent for one insertion; 60 cent for three,
AAAASAA,A.AAA.AAyvVAAAVAAAA '-'. fi,
WANTED-OLD GOLD AND SILVER.
, WM. FRIEDERICK, MinufaOturlng
Jeweler, COS 7th st n w.opposltoU. 8. 1'atont
OOlcp; fine clock and watch repairing a
TO JMO WANTED FROM0 TO 12
months! satlnfactnrv rnfni-nnnn
given that the loaner will receive double the
u:'ua ipanea. , Aaaress 11. it., tnis omce.
A GENTLEMAN WOULD LIKE TO RENT
tho use Qf a piano or organ torn short
time to practice an hour each evening; In
strument not to bo removed. Address A.,
earo this office.
"TANTED-TO BUY FOR CASH, LAROB
V V or small lots of high value Newspaper,
Department or other rare Stamps; also col
lections of Postage Stamps. Call or address
BURGER & COM:Nassaust,NewYork.
Adtertttenuntt under thlt head, four lines or
lets, 25 cents for one insertion; 00 centt for thret.
T70R SALE-CnEAP-1'INE COUNTER and
V shelving, now In No. 718 7th st n w; must
be told at onco. Appl y OiH I ht n w.
IrOR SALE-A CHOICE LOT OP FINE
; Christmas trees and ovorgreens just re
ceived from tho Sugar Island Nursery. Ever
greens sold by tho yard, Call at It. T.
REII'S, No. SvW lVth at U w.
ion SALE-Eianr horses From fau-
oiitur. Va.: nmonf? them nno rtalr well.
matched bay marcs, 0 yeals old; one stallion,
Tom Llghtfoot; goes all gaits; sovcral lino
Mngle drivers, and two cheap horses. Apply
at private stable, rear 1012 Utu at n w.
T70R SALE-J75-8PECIALSTAR. 51-INCH.
X' silent racbet, I nickel, absolutely ior
feet condition. Address or apply SH A st s e.
OR SALE-BLODGETT estate.
nu won unuiug vud-suivdiuu Ml Vila ttuUYD
estate Is desirous of dlsposlngofthelrlaterest
for cash. Other Interests can be purchased
It desired. Address WEST, office ot this
TpOR 8ALE-75 8HARES OF THE "JUD
A son lnonmatio Railway Stock." riean
address A, at this oflice, and make a cash
A l cl f......!.... nHn..lvi.HHltn r. . .1j .j
Nervous, Bilious or Congestive Forms,
h. R. BROWN, M. D.,
Y.ur. iur.rn, N. J., Juno 23, 1839.
This Is to certify thnt I bavo used for somo
month.wllh much satisfaction, tho combina
tion of lcmedles, for Headache known as
Brlggs' Itcadacbo Trochos. The romedy
enrcsmore headaches, especially such as af
fect Nervous Women, than anything I am
acquainted with, and It this cortlflcato will
bo tho menus of bringing It to tho favorablo
attention 'of sufferers from that trouble,!
shall feel that I have done thorn a sorvlco.
. L. R. DROWN.
PRICE, 25 CENTS.
Sold by nil Druggists or sent by Mall on Re
ceipt of I'nco.
BEIGGS' MEDICINE CO.,
ELIZABETH, N. J.
Adiertlsrmtr.tt under this head, four Unit or
test, 25 cents for one Insertion; 50 centt for three.
IrOH BALE-IN ALEXANDRIA, 0ROOM
: frame houtc.just finishing; hydrant In
yard; lot 10x115; untie homo; prioo, SS0O. Ap
ply to ROBERT J. THOMAS, Room No. 2, 013
151 li st.
JORSALE I HAVE JUST COMPLETED
building 1315 14th st n w, nnd offor It for
sale at n fair price and onvorv easy terms.
It contains a first-class atoro and cellar, 'ii
by 72 feet, with n dwelling above consisting
of 0 rooms, bath nnd pantry; closots In nil
avnllablo places; atoro and dwolllng can bo
used to oommunlcato or entirely peparato:
all modern conveniences. 1'or prlco and
terms apply to GEO. W. COCHRAN, 1115 Pa
FOR RALENEW CORNER IIOU8K;
monthly payments; 8 rooms, bath, col
lar, modern Improvements; near Printing,
Pension nnd Capitol buildings, 2d st n o,
M.50p. Also dwolllng, 13,700. OWNER, 613
0th st n w.
I70R SALE FRAME HOUSE 000 IN 25
: foot alley, bet 0th and 10th and G and H
sts s w; 7 rooms; hall on both floors; closots
fronting tho Potomac; 15 per cont Invest
ment; lot 3I f cot front by C-JI deep, 40 feot
from Oth st. Apply within.
FOR SALE-THREE OF THE CnEAFEST
houses In Washington, 106,103 and 110
11th st n o; two-story nnd basomont, brown
stone trimmings; 7 roomB and bath; oloctrlo
bells and gas; price, $3,500 each, $500 cash
balance to suit or trado for good lota.
170R SALE-OR RENT-BEAUTIFUL COR
: ntr house; 7 rooms; handsomely pa
pered: 1000 North Carolina avo. Worth S5,
too. Will sell at a sacrifice or rent low.
OWNER. Room 20, 610 F st n w.
Adtertlsiment under this head, fourllnetor
lete, 25 cents for one insertion; 60 centt for three.
1701 RIavon w,17rs $200 00
1011 Conn avo, 15 rs 200 CO
1413 Moss nvc, 17 1'3 and stable 200 00
1411 KKtn W. 13rs 200 00
Mai's ne. nr 18th. 17 rs 175 00
luoicthstn w.lirs ies oo
1228Mstnw, IRrs , 125 00
lion Mass ave, 15 rs 125 00
1737 Qstn w. 11 rs 100 00
Hrochapln stn w, 13 rs 100 00
1742 P st n w, 12 rs 100 CO
1402 Chapln st n w. 12 rs 75 00
10I221ststn w, 10rs 70 00
914 12th st n w. 10 rs . CO 00
130121st stn w.B rs HO 00
1248 11th st a w. 10rs 60 00
Pst, near 21st, 7 rs 60 00
1019 Corcon stn w, Ors 13 50
2032 Gstn w, 10 rs 40 00
3073Mstn w, andstoro, Ors 40 oo
43-1N Javes 0. 10 rs 40 00
14S9Sloughtonst.8rs 35 00
-29C0Qstnw,2rs 33 33
licosstn w.crs : oo
51CRtnw. 10 rs 30 00
1431 Pierce Placo nw,0 rs eo 00
202 1st st s w, 0 rs 15 00
2181st sts w, 0 rs 15 00
2101st sts w, 7 rs 15 00
Tho abovo houses can bo oxamlncd by per
mit from our ofllco only.
TnOMAS J. FISnER Jb CO.,
1321 F st. n. w.
1017 15th st n w. 12 rs, fur $150 00
1202 N st n w, 12 rs, far 150 oo
1001 II st n w. 10is, fur 100 oo
S327 N st n w, 13 rs COCO
73221st stn w, 14 rs 41 00
8141stBtnw, 10 rs 40 00
611 Spruco st 40 00
1304 T st II YT. 8 rs 40 00
1013 T stn w. Ors 30 00
710 CI b st ns.Ors 25 00
1810 8th stnw, Ors and stnblo 18 00
CnAS. E. BANES,
With John V. Waggaman,
N. w. cor. 14th and G sts. n. w.
OR RENT THE CABIN AND LODGE; 7
rooms; partly furnished; Meridian Hill,
west sldo 10th st extended, just abovo tho
Boundary; three blocks from herdlcs and
cars; for small family; $12. Apply on prom
ises; I70R RENT TWO BRAND NEW SIX
; room frame houses, high and dry loca
tion; near churches aud puhllo school In
Unloutown. t Inquire of A.BEUREND, 4J3U
R-t C ST BE, FOR RENT-A 7-ROOM BRICK
O J house, with mod. Imp., and coal vault
undor the pavement: convenient to the Cap!
tol; $25 per month.
OH RENT TWO SIX-ROOM BRICK
, houses, 210 and 2101 B st n w. with hot
and cold water; cellar and bath; all In good
condlon. Inquire at 623 3d stnw.
JTOU HAJ.E AND JtENT.
IEAL ESTATE BULLETIN
TnOMAS, E. WAGGAMAN, 817 F street.
Changes roado Wednesdays and Saturdays.
3-STORY BRICK AND FRAME HOU8SS FOR
Oth st, bet K and L stsn w $30,000
023 nnd 025 11 st n w,bhand& houses
018 1 stnw, bb, ml,12rs 16,000
ITSOHstnw, bb, 14 rs 13.000
1013 10th stn w, bh, ml, 10 rs 12,000
(KOMstnw, bliinl.l8 rs 11,000
207 G stnw, bh.ml, lOrs 8,000
H286tbstn w.bn.O rs 1 8,000
223 Indiana aven w, b h, 9 rs 7,500
1731 ISthStn w, bb,9rs 7.500
1229 Mass ave n w, I h, 8 rs 7,850
38Istnw,bb,H rs o.noo
40K8tno,bb,mi. 13 rs 4,500
SOOCthstnw, bh;8 rs. ...".....' 4,600
2211 and 2213 7th at n w, b h, 8 rs 4,000
3255 K st n w, b b. 10 rs 3,000
113220th'stnw, bb.Bre 1.W0
Alley between 21it and 22d, M and N su
nw, bu.Ors 1,500
2-BTORY BRICK AND FRAMB HOU8K3 FOR
1114 and 1110 Gthstsw, b b, 7rs, and 1
f b rear.... $0,000
400nnd40311thstsw, bb.ml, 0 rs.... 6.GO0
23013JstBW, bb.ml.Brs 6,000
For a term of 15 yoarr, n valuable pleco of
business property on 11th st, near Pa ave n w.
Rent, $100 per month and taxes, Lossee to
build on same.
U st. bet 4th and 5th sts n e; rent por annum,
UN1MTROVED PROPERTY FOR BALE.
Cor Va avo and 24th st n w $2,700
16th st, bet U nnd tletsso 1.800
A Ht, bet HtlinEd 15th sts so 1,350
19th st, bet E Capitol and A sts so 1,000
HOUSES FOR RENT.
. Fer month.
0271 tn w,22 rs 510001
TlOCthttnw, 13 rs 100 00
8062 1 stnw, 13 rs, fur 80 00
1023 22d stnw, 14 rs WOO
2820Pstnw, 10 rs 0000
01 131 st u W, 9 rs 00 00
1162 iHd stnw, 9rs ,. 35 09
132 cth st n w, 10rms 3500
4i C ot nw, 0 rs ,. 33 00
119 N Yavo n w,7rs., UOOO
COI list a w,0 rs so CO
Upper part 1108 V st n W,7 rs DO 00
2012 K stnw, Ors 2)00
430 71 h fit n w, 3d floor 25 00
1028 Nil ave nw, partly fur., 0 rs.... 2500
22C7 14tb st n w, 8 rs , 22 30
40Clststsw,8rs 18 00
1787 Johnson avenue n w. 8 rs 18 CO
1223 Md ave s w, 0 rs 15 00
(KWMhM no, 4rs.., 10 30
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT.
Saie as U. B. bonds; C per cont,, parablo
quarterly; in soma $100 to $1,000; small pre
In sums to snlt At 0 per cent.
The above ts only a portion of tha property
-pnmy books, for fall list ealj at oBcefo
bulletin, Issued on the 1st and 15th.
Easy Weekly and Monthly Payments Taken
LOOK AT OUR PRICE-LIST.
Bedroom Bets In Poolar from 815 un.
Bedroom Bets In Oak or Cherry from
Bedroom Bets In "Walnut from $40.
Parlor Suits In Hair Cloth or riushj
GROGAN'S, 739 and 741 7th St N. W.
Gas Stoves for Cooking!
Gm BoUers at $1.15 Md $1.50 for Instantly making Tea or 0o3.
For larea and small families. Jnst the stove for summer use, as yon exttacaltg
the last&nt the cooklni is done. For sale by tha
WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY,
Advertltementi under thlt head, fourllnetor
lets, 25 centt for one insertion; 50 centt for three.
HANDSOME FURNISHED ROOMS, EN
suite or fllnclo, at the Buckingham, 920
loth st n w. overlooking Mcl'herson Sqnare.
'OR RENT-TWO .FURNISIIED ROOMS,
suiinuio i or Boniicmcu. qo.vuq hi at n w.
O Af) ARTIIim PLACE. UW, FIRST noUSE
fj& from D st Furnished rooms for gen
tlemen; rent low to Iresponslblo parties who
will bo permanent; convenient to the Capitol.
170R RENT-TO GENTLEMEN ONLY;
; two handsonm rooms; on Connecticut
avenue, between M and K stroots. Address
A. 1). C, mall carrier No. 17.
EOR RENT-TWO OR THREE SUNNY
rooms, sultnblo for light bousokceptni;:
references required. Call after 2 o'clock, 4 JO
0th st n c.
17TORRENT-908 K ST N W, ONE 1IAND
: somcly fnrnlihed second-story front
room; northern and sonthern exposure; prl
1710R RENT-AT 1012 141 II ST N W, LAROE
; f mulshed rooms, en sulto or single: prate
Arcs If desired, with board. Also stable for
EOll JtENT MISCELLANEOUS.
EllaTrcndwell, for rent, forsaloor ex
change for other property at Dennett's shlp
ynrd. foot of lltli st s w.
IrOR RENT-VERY DESIRADLE OFFICE
? rooms, with steam beat, for rent In tho
llulldcrs' Exchange building, 14210 stnw.
Apply on tho premises to tha SUPERIN
TENDENT. ED UO ATIONAT,.
THE BERLITZ SCHOOL OF LaNGUAOES,
723 14th st. n. w.
$10 a term. Trial lessons freo. Send foe
llranchcs In New York, Iloston. Brooklyn,
Chicago, 1'hlladclphla, Louhvlllo, l'arls,
France; Beilln aud Drcsdon, Germany.
HE NORWOOD INSTITUTE.
Jixlractfrom a private letter:
"In reply to your request for my advice as
to a good school for your daughter, I can
with confidence recommond Mr. axd Mrs.
Cabell's Norwood Institute, In Washington,
D. C. The standard of scholarship there Is
high, tho Instruction thorough and tho Influ
ences good, L. Q. C. IiAUAK,
Justice U. S. Supremo Court."
Tho school opens Sept. 80. au23-d&stf
IHSl'Htreel. Blember of Wnahliijrton
Slock i:xeliunfc. All local h(ocUh
nud Hecurilfes bought Ruil sold.
HOTELS AND BKSTA VKANTS.
Army nd Navy Hoidquartors.
Fonr Iron Fire Escanos.
TERMB-$3.00 and $1.00 Fer Day.
T. JAJLKS HOTEL,
SIXTH BTHEET AND FKNNA. AVB.,
L. WOODBURY, rropnetor.
Corner 15th and I streets northwest.
Opposite Hefherson Sqnaro.
H. M. CAKE.
Grand, Upright nnd Squr.ro
Dpoclal attention of pnrohuers lstnrltod to
'NEW ARTI8TIO STYLES,"
Finished In deslcnsof
"niOREST DKCORATIVB ART."
PIANOB FOB RENT.
Becond-hand Pianos nt All Prices.
Wm. Knabb & Co.,
817 Market Space.
EDWARD F. DrtOOP
QJ5 Pennsylvania Avenue,
Calls attention to his large stock ot
CHASE, GABLER, WHEELOCK, BBiaOS,
BEUNINO and other llanos.
The Wonderful Bolr-Playlng jHollan Organ.
BTORY & OLARIT, CLOUOU & WARREN
Bold on Installments, exchanged, rented,
tuned, moved and stored,
Violins, Btnjos and aoltare. etrirs a spe
cialty. BUeet-faoslo and moslcal merchandise 6t
the old stand, K5P. are-
T5TV -AVl .?!? il in X 6
Ingrain Carpels from 29c. up.
Extra Super Ingrain from 60a
Brussels Carpet from 715c
Stn?eeD 3ST. "W
A Dissertation on American Wines.
It Is now universally conceded by oven tho
most fanatical teototalors that a glass of
thoroughly matured and pure wlno i the
most wholesome, health and strongth-glvlng
beverage for mankind. Almost ovory Btato
no matter how cold its climate produces
prapei from which wine Is prcsod, but THE
PASADENA WINES aro made from tUoso
luscious SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA graoos
which attain tho highest grado of maturity
and rlpcuos and are thcroforatho best wines
In tho market.
H. A. SELIGS0N,
1200 anil 1202 Peuna. Ave. N. W.
WASHINGTON, D. C.
am tbo sole agent for the Pasadena Wines
and Brandies and sell at marvclously low
prices. I have recelvod ordors from rich and
poor allko and all choorfully aoknowlcdgo
that the Pasadona Wines and Brandies nro
by far tho best and purest In tho District,
notwithstanding the fact that my prices are
tho very lowest.
My 20 per cent, roraoval discount will bo
Please compare my prices with those
, 1 CO
. 1 00
. 1 00
. 1 00
, 1 00
, 12 00
. 13 00
Clarot, extra quality
bheny (Golden or Palo)....
Sborry " " ' ox-
Pott, extra old
Brandy, cry old
Brandy, very, very old.. ..
Champagno, quarts, doz...
Champagne, pints, 2 doz..
V1RGINIAAND HOTER AMERICAN WINES
Virginia Claret $1 CO $0 SO
Noiton's Virginia Seldllng,
per dozen 4 00 3 20
Sweet Catawba (finest qual
ity) 00 80
I carry the largest stock of Importod Wines,
Cocnncs, GIn, Jamaica and St. Croix Rnms
and all the I'rcucli Cordials, Including tho
cclcbiated after-dinner cordial, CREME DE
MENTHE (Cream of Mint), greon or orango,
Tho oldest ltye, Bourbon and Imported
Whiskies can always bo found at my stoio.
I enumerate a few:
Trimble Pure Ryo 1
Montlcello Furo Rye .- In Domlohns or
Perfection Furo Rye - Bottles
Hannlsvll'npuroltyo very low.
Old Kentucky Sour Mash..
Scotch Whisky, old 0 00
t-cotch Whisky, very old.... 7 00
Scotch Whisky, very, very
old 10 00
Irish Whisky, old coo
Irish Whisky, very old 7 00
Irlsli l hlsky, very, very old. 10 00
German Rogg,cn 'Brantweln. 0 00
I make a specialty of high-flavored Cook
ing and Jelly Wines and Brandies.
H. A. SELIGSON,
THE WINE AND LIQUOR MERCHANT,
1200-1202 Pa. ave. N. W.
QIXX KOOB or
And yon will always have beautiful Bread.
Rolls ana Biscuits, wholesale Depot, oor
nor First street and Indiana avenue.
WM. M. QAI.T & CO.
E. Knur Jokkwn.
A. L. JOUNSOM,
OFFICES-lSO'iFBt.n. w 1515 7th St. n. W.,
11138th st.n, w., 8d and Ksts. n,w.,l?W
Pa. ave. u. w. and 101 M st. n. o.
DEALERS IN COAL, COKE AND WOOD, 3
WASHINGTON, D, V.
MAIN OFFICE-12Q3 F St. n. W.
Ofllcc, Wharves and Railroad Yards Foot of
nth. tt, s. w.
Bole AsenU (or sale of Was&inatoa das Co.'s
ill Clmts XIkTi ksI
Free of Chirgo.
The (Irrat IVniniiianlrt Itonlo
T Ihn Ntwrtls, Vtus. and Sevthwtit,
Jr im, tmt
1X4M HmMm(m. Irm
?!? Qf SmSTSi
um MH LmA wit
ft lo w4Wii.'i VZfftZSm
I Hmbi-i CpWM, fit M ,
' W.btMf HmKiIwm.
Hrr.lNM K- M Unff,
( (.- o i d RMtfiM nr
LrW W Mr nWM, t 7
nnu !jmww ivhvmi
IM M Inf.
( Mt Wm
HALTtMflhK A l"rmnr IU1J.RO A It.
n, tt m daBf eiH tfday.
and 11 o m Ob i&y!.rufll.6a
Kltnst Kllm.n rartrir Com, . a m
?Jl,'fAf,l Mw4 4.mdy.wl(h
ron 1'iiiunr.Lrnu trsir.
FKrM. am wii darn, and G.10
1 on Ik ron, without ebir, J0 p m Trf
lORllxKtTi. N. T all thraavn treles
fonnict at Jiry fit with tr n.
lin Annri.arrmdrrdfrwt trsniltrta fvlttm
Mrrrt, aroldlac double frrrlate re New
.$. An.t Citt. It a m week days.
Von Ilntmonx. 4.86. 7 3ft, t.iO. .(n 40,
10.00. II Wand II (dam. U , 3. la, .1 erf, 9m,
4f,4.10, 4J80. 4.40, 0U, 7.W, tJi, 10.00 n.i
11.20 p.m. On riandny 9 on, BJ, injw, 11,40
f1, s-w 4-' "" T-w. W
lO.oo and 1IJ p.m.
Fort l'or' LnttR Uiic, 7.09 a m and 4. W p,
m dally, cicept Hundsr.
Fori Awxamilh. 7.1.. a in, 1JC8 and 4.
ti m dally, except Uundar. Wand j it, 9M a as,
4.10 p m.
RA1LWAV. AND ALEXANIlItIA AND
in errrcr KOTtxri IS.lJiO.
,j2n A""niM. . 0A1, 7A R tO. ,4.
fl.02. 10 rj and 1 11.37 p m. On K.inday at 4 xl
7.45, 0 4 1057 a m. 2Ji, 4.tJ, .01, 8.0J BBf
iu.cn p in.
AcdiMMotUTiox ron Ocamtioo, 7,41am and
4.M p m week days. 7.45 a m SumUy.
Ion IlidiwiiMi.iind the Booth, 4. art, 10A7 a
m dnlir, and 4.15 pre daily. AcccmcKxhv
tlon, 4.05 11 m week days.
TiiUhMkavo AlexHtidrla for Wathlnglon,
0,.5' J.1?' 1,c0 0,,- ,n. '-w i . SjOO
5.10, 0.10, 7.05, O.'M. 10.W, 10.41 nnd 11.05 p
m. On Sunday at 0.10 and 11.07 am: 2.0J.5.10.
0 10. 7.05, 0.2O. 1032 and 10.4J n m.
Ilcketsund Informational the oflice, north
east corner of 13th utrcet and Fenniyivanlit
avenue, nnd nttho station, where order ran
bo left for thu ohccklnff of bacsagu to desti
nation fiom hotels and residence!.
CHAS. R. PIKIH, J. It. WOOD.
General Manager. Pen. r. Arent.
Bnlfimoro & Ohio Railroad.
Srbedulo In cfTect Deo 25, li9.
Leave Washington from Station corner ot
Now Jersey avenue and Citrcet.
Fqn Cmcjiuo and Northwest, Vc-ttlbnlcd
Limited express dally 11S0 am, express Mo
,,1'on CiKciNJtATi, St. Iinls nnd Indlanaoo
Ur, express dally, 3:10 and 1l0pui.
Fon PiTTsnona and Clovcland, Veitlbnled
IJmltcd express dally lino am and express
6:40 p m.
Fon LnsiNOTON and Local Stations, 11020
Fon Wrs-ciiESTEn and Way Station, t3.30
Fon I.cn.vr, 8rf0 p m.
Fon llAiTiwonr, weekdays, 4.00. 000, O.W.
7.20, 8.E0. 0 20, 0.45 (11.00. 12.00, 45mlnutei),
a m, 12.10, 2 CO. 2.S0 (45 minutes), n.l5(l5-mln.
utesl. 3.25, 4.25,4.30,4.35, 0.30. 0.20,7.10. 7.4.5,
0.00, 10.30 and 11.30 p m. Sundays. 4 00, 7.20,
8.S0, 9 20, 0.45 a m, 12 00 MS minutes). Lis!
2.00, 2.30 (45-mlnutos), 18.104.22.168 25,1.33. C.20.7.lo!
7.45. 0.00. 10.30 and JLCOpm.
Fon Way Stations between Washington
and Ualtlmoro, 5.00, 0.40, 8.80, a m, 12.10, 3.25.
4.J15, 0.20, 11.80 p m. Sundays, 8.S0 a m, 1.13,
3 25, 4 S5, 0.20, 11 30 p m.
Tkaiss Icao Baltimore for Washington,
0.15, 10.15 a m; 12 00, 12.50, 1.50, 2.10. 4.15.
5.00.0 20,7.10, 7.80. 8.S0, 8.35,10.20, 10.25 and
IS IU Jl Ul.
Fon AXNArous, C.40 n m, 12.10, iSS n m.
On Sundays, 8.30 a m, 4.35 p m. Leave An
napolis 0.40, a m. 12.05, 3,00 p m. Sundays.
8.37 um, 4.00 pm.
Ton Stations oh tho Metropolitan Branch.
10.45,fl0.soa m, 41.10 pm for principal sta
tions only; tlO.SOam, tl.SO and t5.0 p m.
Fon IiocHvniE and way atatlons, tlJ5 p m.
Fon GAimrnsnunQ and Intermediate points.
0.00 a m, tl 00, 8.35, tll.35 n m.
Fon Boyd's and Intermediate stations. 17.00
pin. 510.00 pm.
Cnur.cu tuain leaves Washington on Sun
day nt 1.10 p m, stooping at all stations 00
FonFijEDrnicK. tO.13, tll.20 a m, t3.10, tl.30
pm. Sundays, 1.10pm.
Fon Hauehstowit, tll.20 a. m. and 13.30
Tiiaiss arrive from Chicago dally 11.45 a m
and 4.05 p mi from Cincinnati and St. Louis
dally 8.45 a m and 1.50 pm; from Plttsbur
7.10 a m. C 00 p m dally.
NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA DI
VISION. Ton New Yohk, Trenton, Nowark and
Elizabeth, N. J 4.00. tS.00, 9.20, 'PiOO a m.
2.80, '1.20 and 10.30 p m. Buffet Parlor
Cars on all day trains. Sleeping Car on tho
10.30 p m, open at 3.00 p ra.
Fon I'iiiladi-u-uia, Newark, Wilmington
nnd Chester. 4.00, 18,00, a 20, 12.00 a m.
2.t0, 1.V0. '7.10 and 10.80 pm.
For. jMrnjiEniATE tointi between Balti
more and Philadelphia, tO.OO and S7.20 a m,
12.00, 13.15 p m.
Tiiatns ixate New York for Washington,
8.RO,tll.ooa m, .OO, 3.20, S.OO p m and
Tiums leave Philadelphia for Washington,
4.40, S.IS, 11.10 am, tl.85, IO, 0.05. ro
Fon Atlantic Citt, 4 00 a m and 12.00 m.
Sundays, 4 00 a m and 12.00 noon.
tExcept Sunday, Dally. SSunday only.
Baggago called for and ehcoked fiom ho
tels and residences by Union TransferCo. on
orders left at ticket ofllcos, 010 and 1331 Pa.
are. and at Depot.
J. T. ODELX, CHAS. O. SCULL.
Gen. Manager. Gen. Pass. Ag't.
Chesapeake and Ohio Route.
Schedule In offoct May 12, 1839.
Trains loave Union Dopot, Sixth and B
strectB, 10.67 a m for Newport News, Old
Point Comfort and Norfolk, dally. Arrive In
Old Point at 0.05 p m, and Norfolk at 0.S3
llil a m Cincinnati Express, dally, for
stations In Virginia, Woat.VIrglnla, Kentucky
aud Cincinnati. Vcstlbnle Sleepers throngh
without change to Cincinnati, arriving at 7.33
9.40 p m-F. F. V. Vcstlbnlo Spoclal, dally,
solid trains with dining cars run through
without change to Cincinnati. 1 Vestibule
Sleeper for Lexington nnd Louisville
Office, 618 Pennsylvania avenue.
II. W. FULLER. Gen. Pass. Agent.
COMMISSIONERS OW DEEDS.
B. BUNDY. COM'H OF DEEDS FOR ALL
. Slates and Territories. 458 r.n. iv-i-. nnn.
FOR MEN ONLY!
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